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Cases of Interest: Bifurcation
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COLORADO: Estate of Burford v. Burford, 935 P.2d 943 (Colo. 1997).
The trial court's bifurcation of the proceedings, allowing entry of a dissolution decree but deferring the resolution of financial matters, was in the best interests of the parties under the exceptional circumstances of the case.
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NEW JERSEY: Frankel v. Frankel, 274 N.J. Super. 585, 644 A.2d 1132 (App. Div. 1994).
Where spouses have resolved all issues by agreement, but a bankruptcy stay prevents entry of a final judgment, the trial court may bifurcate the trial and enter a partial judgment of divorce.
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